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eBook Hamlet (Picture This! Shakespeare) ePub

by Christina Lacie M.A.

  • ISBN: 0764135244
  • Category: Arts Music and Photography
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Christina Lacie M.A.
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Barrons Educational Series (November 1, 2006)
  • Pages: 80
  • ePub book: 1718 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1885 kb
  • Other: doc mobi mbr lit
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 416

Description

Series: Picture This! Shakespeare.

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Newest in Barron's growing Picture This Shakespeare Series is the immortal tragedy of the Prince of Denmark, who seeks to avenge the death of his father

Newest in Barron's growing Picture This Shakespeare Series is the immortal tragedy of the Prince of Denmark, who seeks to avenge the death of his father. Each title in this series introduces a Shakespeare play to beginning students in a highly original graphic-novel format, which is supplemented with substantial excerpts from Shakespeare's original dialogue.

This is on my bucket list: Inside Shakespeare’s Globe Theater in London. Falling for Hamlet by Michelle Ray. A retelling of Shakespeare's Hamlet with a modern day twist. Not the best Shakespeare I have ever seen (try the RSC!) but it is AMAZING to sit in the Globe Theatre in London. Seeing a play here is on my bucket list. Devils are part of religious mythology and what you really have to watch out for is evil people. Shakespeare’s The Tempest. gotta use this phrase some time.

Hamlet (Picture This! Shakespeare). This book was supposed to be read by middle school age students, and was a graphic novel

Hamlet (Picture This! Shakespeare). 0764135244 (ISBN13: 9780764135248). This book was supposed to be read by middle school age students, and was a graphic novel. However, it was HORRIBLY HARD TO UNDERSTAND. Definitely not written for children. It did, however, have all of the story line correctly laid out, it was just incredibly hard to understand. Feb 05, 2016 Brook Maturo rated it liked it. Shelves: reading-with-kids.

This book serves as a complement to Barron's Picture This, Shakespeare: Hamlet, which presents the play in a graphic novel format. Publisher: Barron's Educational Series In. U. Macbeth (No Fear Shakespeare).

I'm a graduate student in a Shakespeare class, writing a conference paper on this adaptation of Hamlet. It's safe (at the moment) to say that I've spent more hours studying this book than anyone outside of its creators. There are ways in which this is not manga, of course. And there are ways in which it is not Hamlet. But it is a heavily manga-influenced adaptation of Hamlet, and if you engage it on its own terms, it is simply brilliant.

William Shakespeare, Christina Lacie. Newest in Barron's growing Picture This! Shakespeare Series is the immortal tragedy of the Prince of Denmark, who seeks to avenge the death of his father. Also presented are thumbnail sketches of the play's main characters and a succinct plot summary that explains the play's main themes and meanings.

What others are saying . Hamlet - Minimal Book Cover Design by Rowan Stocks-Moore. A really good classical play, written by one of the best authors that ever lived: William Shakespeare. This picture portrays the act of poisoning and how it affected Hamlet, Gertrude, Claudius, and the others. The chalice with poison corrupted the kingdom. design books William Shakespeare Shakespeare book covers Hamlet vintage books plays to be or not to be english literature Ofelia Vintage Book Covers. The New Penguin aul Hogarth-This Series had a new text from original sources. Shakespeare is thought to have written 39 plays.

Newest in Barron’s growing Picture This! Shakespeare Series is the immortal tragedy of the Prince of Denmark, who seeks to avenge the death of his father. Each title in this series introduces a Shakespeare play to beginning students in a highly original graphic-novel format, which is supplemented with substantial excerpts from Shakespeare’s original dialogue. Also presented are thumbnail sketches of the play’s main characters and a succinct plot summary that explains the play’s main themes and meanings. Students who feel overwhelmed by the original Shakespeare texts can use titles in this series as an important first step in understanding these literary masterpieces. Supplementing every Picture This! Shakespeare student edition is a teacher’s resource guide that suggests topics for classroom discussion and presents enlightening activities intended to fulfill the needs of a multi-skill-level classroom environment.

Comments

Fordredor Fordredor
Shakespeare is some of the very best literature available. And this version of Hamlet is the perfect introduction for kids ages 7-14. It includes some comic book style pages as well as some of Shakespeare's very own words. It shortens Shakespeare's original version of Hamlet substantially without taking too much from the integrity of the original play. Some of the adultery and murder is toned down too making it more kid-friendly. A really great introductory option!
PC-rider PC-rider
Excellent book for any teacher teaching Hamlet! Would buy again and, have used many of the suggestions for each Act!
hulk hulk
I bought this version of sequential-art (i.e., comics) Shakespeare along with a couple others. By far, the best of the set was the Classics Illustrated (not Illustrated Classics) with artwork by Tom Mandrake---he has done an excellent job of integrating Shakespeare's verbal art with comics visual art. That said, the Picture This! version seems to be more of a bland teaching tool than a work of artistry. The illustrations are uninspired and far from integrated. On the good side though, the editors for this series at least had enough respect for Shakespeare's language to include long passages of the playscript. Also, there are some helpful tips and questions (e.g., footnotes with definitions) to help students reflect on what's happening in the play.

Taken by itself, it's a decent textbook. But in the context of what Shakespeare was doing, and what Tom Mandrake has demonstrated is possible, it's sadly lacking.
monotronik monotronik
I homeschool 6th, 7th, and 9th grade. This book has given me a love for Shakespeare ,finally. The kids love this style of interpretation, and I highly recommend the Teachers Edition for novice teachers of Shakespeare.